This is part 2 of our visit to the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. We strolled through the fish market for few hours and worked up quite an appetite. It is no surprise consider how big this market is, it is at least 10 street blocks in my estimation. Besides you have to walk very carefully and watch out for those speeding electric trucks unless you want to end up in a styrofoam box with fish!
We walked out around noon and the market was winding down its daily activities. You could see people chatting around their trucks or cleaning up the streets after the busy day. However, the streets around the market were just getting started. These busy alleyways are known for fresh sushi and seafood restaurants. We jumped in and almost got separated few times.
We decided that we should try street stalls before settling on one dish! It is hard not to come to this idea when it looks and smells so good...
Big thank you to my friend @yokai for his guidance and accompanying us to this market! If you are interested in seeing the part one of this post, please check here. As always, As always, your comments and critique are much appreciated